Higher Education Webinars

These on-demand recorded webinars will give you ideas and insights that you can use use to drive your education programs forward.

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    Discovering Global Cuisines: Africa – Morocco
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    Nancy Allen

    Exotic yet refined, Moroccan cuisine is arguably the most exciting in North Africa. This cuisine is a creative combination of sophisticated court kitchens, diverse cultural influences, and the refined cooking techniques and geographical and agricultural riches echoing those of...

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    The CBE Playbook: Curriculum Development Impact, Student Support, and Faculty Roles
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    Competency–based education (CBE) programs approach curriculum development and student support with new and innovative models that can change how faculty and staff approach their roles. While exciting, this change can cause anxiety among faculty and staff, prompting schools to...

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    Creating a Demand-Driven Workforce System: A Workforce Development Board & Community College Success Story
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    Join Steve Partridge, President/CEO of Charlotte Works, and Dean Mary Vickers-Koch, with Central Piedmont Community College, and learn from their success with economic and community development in North Carolina. They will outline best practices and the ways they work...

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    Data Analysis: Key Skills & Concepts to Teach
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    Robert L. Gould, UCLA

    Data “hackathons”–such as the American Statistical Association DataFest–are an increasingly popular venue for college students to strengthen their data analysis skills and to network with industry professionals. Such hackathons are not (yet) part of the two-year college culture and...

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    Discovering Global Cuisines: India
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    Nancy Allen

    Hugely diverse and highly creative, Indian cooks are the masters of seasonings and spices. Their colorful vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine is magical and world-class flavorful. In this webinar Allen will introduce a wild array of Indian ingredients (like tamarind,...

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    Designing a Quantitative Reasoning Course that is Relevant for Liberal Arts and Fine Arts Students
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    Connie Richardson, University of Texas, Austin, The Charles A. Dana Center

    The pathways movement has generated interest in mathematics courses that provide relevant content for non-algebraically-intensive programs of study. The New Mathways Project Quantitative Reasoning course, from the Charles A. Dana Center, provides authentic content that is rigorous, engaging, and...

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    Quantitative Reasoning: A Program for Student Success
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    Eric Gaze, Bowdoin College

    What is Quantitative Reasoning (QR), and why is it important for us to teach QR? QR is associated with the mathematics we need for decision making in our personal, professional, and public lives. The presenter will discuss implementation ideas...

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    The CBE Playbook: Employers & Employability
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    Competency-based learning can help improve the connection between a college degree or certification and employment. But forging this important connection requires closer working relationships between higher education institutions offering CBE programs and local and national employers. Join this webinar...

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    Math Lit: In the Classroom
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    Kathleen Almy, Professor, Rock Valley College

    Are you planning to teach a pathways course? This session will delve into the nuts and bolts of using Math Lit in the classroom. We will discuss topics that include the cycle structure of the book, how a lesson...

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    Discovering Global Cuisines: Southeast Asia – Thailand
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    Nancy Allen

    Elegant and sophisticated, Thai cuisine is the master of boldly contrasting flavors, textures, and colors. In this webinar, Allen will introduce some of Thailand’s signature foods, flavor foundations, seasoning devices (like Thai curry paste, coconut, chilies, shallots, cilantro, Thai...

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    The Employability Challenge: Better Outcomes for Students, Employers, and Institutions
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    Numerous forces, including underemployment and the skills gap, are pressuring colleges and universities to devote more energy to ensuring that their graduates are career-ready. While most institutions already offer programs designed to support career preparation for their students –...

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    What’s the Purpose & Value of Applied Calculus and Finite Mathematics?
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    Nathan P. Ritchey, Edinboro University

    In this session, learn new ways in which instructors are approaching these courses to deliver a mathematical experience that is relevant, exciting, personalized, and applicable. Discussions will include: • Using MyMathLab to maximize the time that students spend mastering...

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    Motivation and Engagement in Finite Mathematics
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    Dr. Brian Rickard, University of Arkansas

    Dr. Rickard will discuss Motivation and Readiness in the Finite Mathematics classroom. He will cover techniques, videos and assessments used to manage large classrooms and individual students. Dr. Rickard has produced a series of Calculator Help Videos recently added...

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    Pitfalls to Avoid After Your Project Has Been Funded
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    Howard Drake, Director of Applied Technology Grants, Polk State College

    Getting your project funded is just the beginning of the journey. The plans you detailed in your grant proposal will need to be implemented quickly and purposefully. In this webinar, Howard Drake (Director – Applied Technology Grants, Polk State...

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    Strategies for Selecting an Effective Grant Team
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    Brian Thomas, Executive Director of Ivy Technical Community College

    Going it alone on a grant proposal can turn a manageable project into a nightmare during the pre-award phase. Building relationships for your organization is a key step to developing a competitive grant proposal. In this webinar, Brian Thomas...

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    Student Success through Skill Set and Mindset: Raise Accountability, Measure Results
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    The stakes are high. Student success, retention, and completion rates are driving many of your institutions initiatives, rightfully so. How can you systematically tackle these challenges differently going forward and in a way that shows measured results? Join us for...

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    The Evolution of the Trigsted eText Series
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    Kirk Trigsted, Professor, University of Idaho

    In this presentation, author Kirk Trigsted takes you on a journey through the evolution of his innovative eText series. He’ll share best practices that illustrate how his students, and students from many other colleges and universities, have benefited from...

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    The Judiciary in American Politics: Using Active Learning Strategies to Engage Students in Learning about the U.S. Court System
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    Prof. Christine Nemachek, The College of William and Mary

    Many non-sub-field experts teaching introductory American politics courses express concern over teaching students the U.S. court system, civil liberties, and civil rights. This session will discuss innovative strategies for engaging students in learning about the judiciary. Using active learning...

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    Student-Faculty Partnerships: Co-Creating the Humanities Classroom
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    Stephanie Doktor, University of Virginia

    A recent development in literature on teaching and learning challenges a central tenet of education: the roles of teacher and students. It asks: typically teachers teach to students–what if they teach with students? This presentation discusses how students and...

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    Thinking Institutionally About the American Presidency
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    Prof. William Howell, University of Chicago

    In early 2016, Pearson will publish a new, full-service textbook on the American Presidency by William G. Howell. This book assumes a distinctly institutional approach to the subject matter. In his webinar, Professor Howell will discuss how this institutional...

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    Student Engagement in the Classroom: Creating Dynamic Exercises and Projects Using Literature
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    Dr. Cheryl Nixon, University of Massachusetts, Boston

    How can we foster student engagement in the classroom–making reading and writing about literature an exciting enterprise? This session explores how to create dynamic classrooms proposing that, as students do more and more work online, the in-person and in-real-time...

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    Beyond Persuasion: Teaching Argument in the Age of Networks, New Media, and Teaming
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    In this session, we will show you new methods for teaching argument in ways that go beyond the “persuasive argument” strategies found in almost all argument textbooks. Today’s outdated textbooks offer methods that were developed centuries ago, specifically for...

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    Developmental English and Reading Redesign: From ENG to DRE
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    Wes Anthony, Cleveland Community College

    This presentation will discuss best practices in combining Developmental English and Reading courses while incorporating technology. The planning and implementation of Integrated Reading and English courses, along with data collection, will also be discussed. ​

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    Improving Art History with Active Learning Methods
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    Virginia Spivey

    A cornerstone of art historical instruction, the slide-based lecture employs a passive learning model where students sit in the dark and listen to an expert before them. While art history lectures can be engaging, they are not as effective...

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    A Class on its Head: Reflections on Flipping Art History
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    Prof. Kelly Donahue-Wallace, University of North Texas

    This session addresses the flipped classroom model for art history instruction. Drawing upon the speaker’s experience with this pedagogical model in undergraduate classes of 15 to 38 students, the webinar examines the principles behind flipped classrooms, then presents an...

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    Art Is History: Albert Bierstadt’s Frontier and the American Dream
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    Dr. Debbie Bonde, College of Western Idaho

    Art History isn’t simply the history of Art. Art history presents the history of a civilization, its people, and the way society perceives itself. Nineteenth-century artist Albert Bierstadt, member of the Hudson River School and premier member of the...

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    How to Think About Masculinities
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    Prof. Michael Kimmel, Stony Brook University

    Typically when we hear the word “gender,” we think it means women. But Women’s and Gender Studies did more than make women visible where they had previously been excluded; it also made gender visible as a central element of...

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    Using Social Media to Teach Sociology
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    Nathan Palmer, Georgia Southern University

    Social media provides teachers an abundance of pedagogical resources and communication tools, but how do you know which will help you achieve your teaching goals? In this webinar, Nathan Palmer, Editor-in-Chief of SociologyInFocus.com, will help you find the best...

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    Teaching American History Through Images
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    Dr. Jennifer Keene, Chapman University

    As history instructors, we all face similar problems in our classrooms: a room of students who think that history is nothing more than a list of names and dates to memorize. By effectively using images to teach, instructors can...

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    Helping Students See Themselves in American History
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    Prof. James Fraser, New York University

    If we can help our students see people like themselves in history–people with whom they can identify–and how the actions of such people have shaped history, they will become more engaged in the study of the subject and more...

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    An Interactive Statistical Experience
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    Mike Sullivan, Professor, Joliet Junior College

    Technology has allowed the traditional print text to evolve into a dynamic, active learning environment for students. The new Interactive Statistics program, written entirely in MyStatLab, offers a fully integrated mix of media and assessment to help students develop...

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    Teaching Sonata Form
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    Prof. Mark Evan Bonds, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

    One of the perennial challenges in almost any music appreciation course is teaching the concept of sonata form. How can we best present this idea in the classroom, and more importantly, how can we help students actually hear its...

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    Equipping Students for Optimal Language Learning
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    Dr. Glynis Cowell, University of North Carolina

    A concern of many instructors today involves teaching students with learning disabilities. While many of our students may experience learning challenges, they all have distinct learning abilities to build upon. Because specific difficulties and differences may not be identified...

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    Students’ Career Concerns and Aspirations: Integrating Languages for Specific Purposes into Basic Language Programs
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    Dr. Annie Abbott, University of Illinois, Urbana

    Given the rising costs of higher education, paired with a highly competitive job market, college students–and their parents–are thinking about their careers even as freshmen. Language departments often respond to that concern by promoting language learning courses as an...

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    Connecting Beginning Spanish Students with Native Speakers Around the World
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    Dr. Rob Martinsen, Brigham Young University

    This session explores best practices and activity rubrics that enable students to practice new language skills “live” with native speakers of their choosing from around the world. Through a variety of new technologies and services, learners can select native...

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    Make-Believe Play and Children’s Self-Regulation
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    Dr. Laura Berk, Illinois State University

    More than 80 years ago, Russian developmental psychologist Lev Vygotsky first proposed that make-believe play is a powerful source of symbolic thought and self-regulation in young children. This webinar discusses Vygotksy’s proposal and contemporary research bearing on it, including...

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    Generation Me: Teaching and Working with Today’s Students
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    Dr. Jean Twenge, San Diego State University

    Today’s generation of students are different. Surveys of high school and college students going back decades show fundamental shifts in students’ attitudes, behaviors, and self-views which means they demand different things in and out of the classroom. This talk...

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    Gamification Techniques ANY Instructor Can Use to Engage, Assess, and Energize Students
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    Dr. Amy Marin, Phoenix College

    There are many ways to create powerful learning environments using games. Come find out what the research says about the use of games in the classroom, including healthy versus unhealthy competition, and the importance of matching the type of...

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    Open Science, Replication, and Teaching Psychology
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    Psychological scientists have taken an unprecedented and leading role among the sciences in examining the replicability of key findings. In August 2015, the Open Science Collaboration reported that only 39 of 100 studies could be replicated. The implications this...

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    Using Blogging in the Teaching of Psychology
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    Dr. Sam Sommers, Tufts University

    For many of us, a primary objective in teaching psychology is to facilitate students’ active consideration of how the studies, phenomena, and theories they read about apply to their daily lives. This presentation explores how blogging can further this...

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    The CBE Playbook: Top Tactics and Most Overlooked Strategies
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    Competency-based Education (CBE) can allow students to complete credentials in less time, at lower cost, and with a focus on real learning that leads to greater employability. But the CBE learning model represents a radical departure from traditional instructional...

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    Teaching a Pre-Statistics Course: Propelling Non-STEM Students Forward
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    Jay Lehmann, Professor, College of San Mateo

    Discover how an innovative and exciting path-to-stats course can replace algebra courses and ensure student success in an elementary statistics course by emphasizing density histograms, challenging data­centered exercises, and interpreting statistical concepts. The presenter, who authored a textbook designed...

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    Math Lit: A Closer Look
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    Kathleen Almy, Professor, Rock Valley College

    Math Literacy for College Students (MLCS), part of the AMATYC’s New Life and Carnegie’s Quantway initiatives, creates a new experience and alternate pathway in developmental math. It offers an innovative and accelerated way to redesign by using integrated contextual...

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    Getting Developmental Students on the Right Math Pathway
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    Amy Getz, Strategic Implementation Lead for the Higher Education Team, Charles A. Dana Center

    Students are more successful in developmental math courses when they have the opportunity to learn challenging math concepts relevant to their goals in an engaging, active learning environment. The Dana Center’s New Mathways Project, Foundations for Mathematical Reasoning, helps...

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    Discover the Top Secrets to Life & Academic Success
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    It is possible to graduate from college, have an amazing career, and experience life to the fullest. Want to know how? We’ll let you in on a few secrets. Watch world-renowned experts, David T. Conley, Ph.D. and Paul G. Stoltz,...

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    Higher Education Access and Opportunity in a Shifting Legal Landscape
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    The American Council on Education’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy – in partnership with the Civil Rights Project at UCLA and Center for College & Career Success in Pearson’s Research and Innovation Network, and with support from the...

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    Measuring Mastery, Not Time: Competency-based Learning and the Future of Higher Education
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    Burgeoning college costs and constrained public budgets have engendered a national conversation on higher education innovation in the US. Competency-based education (CBE), where students earn credit based on how much they learn rather than how much time they spend...

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    The Path Less Completed
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    Amy Getz, Strategic Implementation Lead at the Charles A. Dana Center

    Hosted by Inside Higher Ed “Developmental math is a burial ground for the aspirations of myriad students.” These are ominous words from Dr. Uri Treisman, Founder and Executive Director of the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of...

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    Learning Catalytics Activities in Calculus
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    Przemyslaw Bogacki, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics

    Learning Catalytics is a bring‑your‑own device student engagement, assessment, and classroom intelligence system with graphical question types that are particularly well-suited to the mathematics classroom. Professor Bogacki will discuss Learning Catalytics activities he incorporates into his single-variable calculus course....

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    What Do Editors at Learning Companies Really Do?
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    Bob Hemmer, Editor in Chief, Pearson Education

    Many of the editors at higher education publishing companies began their careers as language instructors and/or graduate teaching assistants. Crossing out words and suggesting others in an author’s draft is only a small part of the content development process...

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    Developing a Literacy Orientation to Language Instruction
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    Kate Paesani, Wayne State University

    Due to the changing face of collegiate education, today’s foreign language departments are having to innovate and retool their programs. Yet, few clear models that help guide programs through the what and how of curricular revision exist. In this...

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    Improving Access and Affordability with Digital Models
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    In this interactive webinar, innovative institutions will share how they are working to improve teaching and learning outcomes by providing their students 100% access to course materials in digital and/or print form, from the first day of class. Questions...

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    Strangers to Ourselves: The Limits, Sources, Advantages, and Disadvantages of Self-Knowledge
    Dr. Timothy D. Wilson

    The study of self-knowledge—how well people know their own attitudes, beliefs, feelings, motives, and traits—has had a checkered history in psychology, but has become a well-researched topic with important theoretical and practical implications. Researchers have examined three types of...

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    A Scaffolded Approach to Teaching Integrated Reading and Writing
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    Kathleen T. McWhorter, Author

    The workshop will recognize the challenges facing instructors teaching integrated reading and writing courses and demonstrate how scaffolded instruction can address those concerns. Challenges include teaching within an accelerated time frame, moving students from literal comprehension to critical thinking,...

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    A Multimodal Approach to Writing
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    Kim Flachmann, Professor, California State University, Bakersfield

    This presentation will consider the new WPA standards as they apply to the field of composition, with special emphasis on multimodal approaches to writing. We are facing an entirely new breed of students who have grown up as visual...

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    The Case for Content in Developmental Writing Assignments
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    Susan Todd, Professor of English, Jefferson College

    Have you read one too many personal narratives about high school graduation? Developmental writing instructors often focus on narrative and descriptive writing and first-person reflections. You might want to introduce writing from sources but aren’t sure how to do...

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    But Wait! There’s More! Affective Issues Surrounding Students in Redesigned Courses
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    Brenna Dugan, Professor

    Well over half of the students on a college campus have taken courses to remediate them in math, writing, or reading. As professors, we may be familiar with their academic background, but we might not realize the affective issues...

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    Teaching Reading and Writing in an Age of Acceleration
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    Tim N. Taylor, Professor of English, Eastern Illinois University

    Teachers of writing courses now live in an age of acceleration. Unfortunately, some students seek shortcuts, skim reading materials, and discount the writing process. Our challenge is to maintain course rigor and standards in this environment. In the webinar,...

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    True Integration: Navigating Reading and Writing Through Academic Content
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    Jilani Warsi, Professor, Queensborough Community College

    While the movement toward integrating reading and writing curriculum is clearly happening across the country, there is still a tendency to teach reading and writing that is disengaged from meaningful academic content. This trend toward integration presents an opportunity...

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    Language Program and NextGen Ideas for the Future
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    Bob Hemmer, Editor in Chief, Pearson

    More and more, language learners and instructors are implementing a blend of new strategies, technologies, and practices that transform experiences. This session explores some of the new considerations that a move to digital has for language programs. The facilitator...

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    Maximizing Student Learning: Practical Tips for Pair and Small-Group Activities
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    Judith E. Liskin-Gasparro, University of Iowa

    Pair and small-group activities lie at the heart of communicative language teaching. They increase student talk, remove the instructor from center stage, and create optimal conditions for the negotiation of meaning and metalinguistic talk that promote acquisition. But these...

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    Up Close and Personal: Enhancing Learning through Personalization in the Second Language (L2) Classroom
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    Holly J. Nibert, Ohio State University

    Recent brain research suggests that our ability to learn is deeply rooted in relationships. Both the teacher-learner relationship and the emotional environment of learning affect learner performance. Activities within Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) typically focus on relationship building and...

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    Putting Down the Pen: An Argument for Audio Commenting
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    Sarah DeBacher, Chair of the Freshman Writing Program, University of New Orleans

    We all know it: commenting on student writing is the most important—and most difficult and time-consuming—work that we writing instructors do. With increasing class sizes and course loads, managing the writing of comments in ways that work both for...

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    Teaching with Style: Using Joseph Williams’ Classic Guide with Students
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    Joseph Bizup, Boston University

    Joseph Williams’s Style: Lessons in Clarity and Grace is one of our field’s most enduring and influential guides to prose style. Williams approaches style from a linguistic perspective: he identifies features of sentences, passages, and documents that lead readers...

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    Thinking Culturally: Teaching Human Development in a Globalized World
    Dr. Jeffery Jensen Arnett, Research Professor in the Department of Psychology

    With human societies becoming increasing connected through travel, trade, and migration, it is important for today’s students to have a perspective that includes an awareness of globalization and the diversity of forms that human development takes around the world....

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    The Roberts Court: A New Constitutional Revolution in the Making?
    Dr. Karen O'Connor

    In this talk, we will take a look at the Court’s role in changing or redistributing the politics of who gets what. How is the expansion of rights to big companies at the sacrifice of “big government” changing who...

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    A Matter of Engagement: The Important Role of Student Involvement
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    Deborah Coxwell-Teague, Florida State University

    The presentation will focus on the vital role that engagement plays in a composition course. When students have a vested interest in the subject about which they are writing, they are much, much more likely to invest time and...

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    Cycles of Learning: Discover, Engage, Reflect
    George Woodbury

    Join George Woodbury to learn about new ways to actively engage students. George will introduce the cycles of learning that he uses in his classes, along with how he uses digital tools to support these cycles. He has been...

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    How Gender Matters in American Politics
    Dr. Alixandra B. Yanus

    The 2016 presidential election could bring the first female candidate at the top of a presidential ticket. This victory would represent tremendous symbolic progress for women in American politics. Significant gender gaps, however, still remain in other areas of...

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    The Power of Narrative Thinking
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    Bruce Ballenger, Professor of English, Boise State University

    We typically think of narrative as a structure, a way of organizing information based on experience. Narrative is not the go-to structure for organizing material for research-based writing; we assume that kind of writing should use logical structures, usually...

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    Quantitative Reasoning: A Program for Student Success
    Eric Gaze

    Eric Gaze will present implementation ideas and best practices for creating a new quantitative reasoning course. He’ll also discuss teaching using spreadsheets, even without a computer classroom. And he’ll explore some of the cutting edge functionality built into his...

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    One Digital Repository: Many Possibilities
    Jonathon Sweetin, NCLOR System Administrator

    The North Carolina Learning Object Repository Digital content is multiplying by the second. But what value does content have if you can’t find and access it effectively? With a philosophy of open sharing, North Carolina educators envisioned a one–stop...

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    Inverted Statistics
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    Mike Sullivan, III, Joliet Junior College

    Mike Sullivan, III, is currently a full-time professor of mathematics and statistics at Joliet Junior College. Mike has written numerous textbooks in addition to his Introductory Statistics series, including a Developmental Math series with Kathy Struve and Janet Mazzarella,...

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    How Bill Simmons, the Amish, and Edwin Porter Helped Flip My Classroom
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    Dr. Matt Stolzfus, The Ohio State University

    Dr. Matt Stolzfus is an accomplished chemistry lecturer at The Ohio State University. He implements the “flipping the classroom” lecture approach, which has garnered media attention from NPR, ESPN, Inside Higher Ed, and Apple. Part of the Flipping the...

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    Using the MyLab/Mastering Feature, Learning Catalytics, to Create an Interactive Classroom
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    Brian Lukoff is an educator, technology designer, and engineer with a passion for assessment and innovation. He’s Program Director for Learning Catalytics at Pearson. Part of the Flipping the Classroom webinar series

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    Fast Track to Valuable Badges: Connecting Learning to Jobs
    Pete Janzow, Senior Director and Open Badges Lead, Acclaim

    The majority of future job openings will require some postsecondary education and it’s no secret that there is a greater need to prove that higher education is leading to employability. Serving almost half of undergraduates in the U.S., community...

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    Are you CBE Ready? Assessing Your Competency-Based Education Program Readiness
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    Join Pearson’s Instructional Technologist, Ted Curran, as he shares an important framework and readiness assessment tool for creating and sustaining successful online competency-based education programs. In this interactive Google Hangout, presenters will detail the essential components of an effective...

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    Managing the Firehose: Keeping up with Technology and Information Literacy for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
    Kevin Gaugler, Marist College

    Participants will discuss strategies for personal learning, information management as well as approaches to information literacy in the language classroom.  

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    Language Program Direction in the Digital Age
    Gillian Lord, University of Florida

    This session explores ideas for how LPDs and instructors might consider their program’s needs and offers guidance as they increasingly move toward the creation and implementation of a completely digital curriculum.  

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    Harnessing the Power of Mobile Devices: Learning Catalytics
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    Bob Hemmer, Pearson

    Learning Catalytics is a “bring your own device” learner engagement, assessment, and classroom intelligence system that allows instructors to create a variety of activities that promote interaction and communication, deliver them to learners via mobile devices and receive feedback...

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    Tackling Interaction In, Around, and About: Digital Games to Facilitate L2 Learning
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    Julie Sykes, University of Oregon

    Drawing on parallels from second language acquisition and game design, this session explores ways in which digital games can facilitate meaningful interaction in second language teaching and learning. The session will explore a multidimensional approach to interaction and digital...

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    To Flip or not to Flip: A Discussion about a Beginning Spanish Class Using the Flipped Model
    Paloma Lapuerta, Central Connecticut State University

    Presentation will be conducted in Spanish. Discussion will include ideas on how to facilitate instruction using the flipped model and how to get students motivated and engaged.  

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    The Nuts and Bolts of Flipping the Classroom and Initial Results
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    Marta Tecedor Cabrera, exas Tech University

    The session presents the goals of the department in flipping the classroom, the problems they were trying to solve, and then contrasts their beginning courses before and after flipping the classroom.  

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    Flipping and Blending the Language Classroom: Experiment or New Standard?
    Mary Ellen Scullen, University of Maryland, College Park

    The presenter will share best practices in flipping and blending French, German and Spanish classes, as well as data about the effectiveness and student/instructor satisfaction with the new paradigm.  

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    From Colleges to Careers: Sharing Competencies through Open Badges
    Pete Janzow, Senior Director and Open Badges Lead, Acclaim

    Badges are digital credentials representing skills, interests and achievements earned by an individual through specific projects, educational experiences, or other activities. As the use of open badges in education and training is growing rapidly, badges are emerging as an...

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    Beyond the Headlines: A Decision-Making Rubric for the Next Phase of Online Program Growth
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    In this webinar, academic leaders from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Ohio University will discuss the key market forces that are present today, and how universities can best position their prospective degrees in the online market. Panelists...

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    The State of State Authorization and Professional Licensure
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    This webinar for higher education institutions offering distance education includes information on the proposed federal regulations pertaining to state authorization and the current status of SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement). Professional licensure requirements, with an emphasis on the future...

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    Probability and Statistics with R
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    Michael Akritas, Pennsylvania State University

    For many years I have taught a one-semester probability and statistics course aimed mostly at undergraduate students in engineering and natural sciences (as well as some math ed majors and grad students from various disciplines). After experimenting with some...

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    Data Discussions
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    Robert Gould, University of California—Los Angeles

    One goal of my introductory statistics class is to make student aware of the world of data that surrounds them and give them tools for productively interacting with that world. I’ll describe a discussion I lead to introduce students...

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    #1 Predictor of Student Success: The Guided Notebook
    Online
    Kirk Trigsted, University of Idaho

    Join author Kirk Trigsted as he discusses the #1 predictor of student success: The Guided Notebook. He will share best practices surrounding implementing this note-taking guide in his courses and how it has boosted results. Kirk will also discuss...

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    The Perfect Pair for Acceleration: Technology and “Good Ol’ Fashioned” Paper
    Online
    Andreana Grimaldo, Quinsigamond Community College

    Today in higher education,“accelerating” students through their mathematics curriculum is at the forefront of discussion. With this is mind, how do we make sure learning is taking place? We know that online resources are wonderfully flexible and interactive learning...

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    Using Learning Catalytics to Create an Interactive Classroom
    Online
    Brian Lukoff, Program Director for Learning Catalytics, Pearson Education

    Peer instruction and other interactive teaching methods have been shown to dramatically improve conceptual understanding. While no technology is necessary to take advantage of these teaching methods, technology can enable the instructor to better understand student understanding, differentiate instruction,...

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    Adaptive Learning in MyMathLab: A Student’s GPS to Success
    Online
    Diane Hollister, Reading Community College

    Diane has taught a wide range of courses at Reading CC. She has used MML for years and has implemented many new features in the classroom and developed best practices for Pearson. She has used the study plan for...

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    Quantitative Reasoning: A Program for Student Success
    Online
    Eric Gaze, Bowdoin College

    Eric ​will ​present implementation ideas and best practices ​for creating a new ​quantitative reasoning course. He’ll also discuss teaching using spreadsheets, even without a computer classroom.

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    Empower Your Students to Achieve Their Potential with MyMathLab
    Online
    Tim Britt, Jackson State Community College

    Help your students achieve their potential with MyMathLab. Discover how MyMathLab can better prepare students and help them think more visually and conceptually in College Algebra, Precalculus and Trigonometry courses.

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    Teaching Introductory Statistics Effectively
    Online
    Mario Triola, Dutchess Community College

    The introductory statistics course has evolved dramatically. Professor Triola will discuss content, procedures, technology, and approaches to teaching. He will describe current best practices, those that are now obsolete, and future trends. Specific references will be made to the...

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    Accelerating Degree Attainment: The Case for Credit for Prior Learning

    One in five Americans of working age has some college credit but has not completed a degree, and yet earning a post-secondary degree or credential is becoming a prerequisite for the majority of jobs of the new economy. Non-traditional...

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    Foundations & Frameworks for Successful Competency-Based Programs

    Considered to be a progressive new movement in higher education, competency-based education helps reach many non-traditional students that are not currently being served through traditional degree programs. Focusing on competencies derived from the skills proven to be most relevant...

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    Driving Students and Institutional Success with Premium Technical Support

    In the online learning environment, time is critical and users can be frustrated easily by technical problems that prevent them from taking full advantage of your learning resources. During this Campus Technology hosted webinar, discover how UMassOnline and Adventist...

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    Leading Outcomes with Leading Indicators: Improving Student & Institutional Success
    Mary Klingman Adkinson, Academic Strategist for Institutional Efficacy, Pearson

    We are experiencing an unprecedented level of interest and investment in education, coupled with technology advancements that allow educators to connect with students at a personalized level in real-time. This means we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to help people...

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    Technology in the Classroom: Teaching Strategies
    Online
    Sid Dobrin, Research Foundation Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of English, University of Florida

    There is little question that the relationships between writing technologies, writing instruction, and student writing have undergone and are undergoing significant changes. These changes are most often identified through the rapid introduction of new tools available to students and...

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    Integrated Reading and English Courses and Using Accelerated Learning
    Online
    Karen Cowden, Professor of Reading, Valencia College

    The focus of this session will be on integrating Reading and Writing curricula into accelerated course sequences using supplemental software programs, such as Pearson’s MySkillsLab. Wes and Karen will reference their experiences with Best Practices, which can help instructors...

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    Arguing Generatively and Persuasively
    Online
    Charles Paine, Professor of English, University of New Mexico

    In this session you will learn about teaching two types of argument: generative argument (power with) and persuasive argument (power over). Traditionally, students have been told that argument is primarily about persuasion and exerting power over others. They learn...

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    Holy Flipping Bananas: Using Videos, Games, and Online Activities to Flip the Classroom
    Online
    Kelly Zepp, Knowledge Quest Project Manager, Community College of Denver

    According to a 2013 study by MIT professor Rosalind Picard, cognitive, emotional and attention arousal was lowest at two points during their week—while watching TV and during class lectures. Surprisingly, more arousal was detected while sleeping. Knowledge Quest, a...

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    Assessing College & Career Readiness: A More Holistic Approach

    Recent studies from the Community College Research Center show that the use of a single test score for placement into Developmental Education is creating high rates of severe placement errors.  Students are being both under-placed and over-placed into Math...

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    A Bridge to Success: How to Implement Bridge Programs that Work
    Online
    Karen Squires, Math Department Chair, Cleveland State Community College

    Breakout session #1 from Pearson’s Speaking About: Course Redesign online forum. Join John Squires from Chattanooga State Community College and Karen Wyrick from Cleveland State Community College as they discuss implementing bridge programs.

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    Redesign at Four-Year Schools
    Online
    Dr. Shannon Donovan, Associate Professor, Bridgewater State University

    Breakout session #2 from Pearson’s Speaking About: Course Redesign online forum. Join Dr. Shannon Donovan as she discusses course redesign at four-year colleges. Dr. Donovan has been teaching undergraduate and graduate finance, entrepreneurship and accounting courses at Bridgewater State...

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    Adaptive Learning: Early Implementation Models and Successes
    Online
    Dr. Rebecca Orr, Professor of Biology, Collin College

    Breakout session #3 from Pearson’s Speaking About: Course Redesign online forum. Join Dr. Rebecca Orr of Collin College and Diane Hollister of Reading Area Community College as they discuss early implementation.

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    Peer Learning: Flipping the Classroom
    Online
    Dr. Matt Stoltzus, Chemistry Lecturer, Ohio State University

    Breakout session #4 from Pearson’s Speaking About: Course Redesign online forum. Join Dr. Matthew W. Stoltzfus as he discusses peer learning. Dr. Stoltzfus, or “Dr. Fus” to his students, is an accomplished chemistry Lecturer and Digital First Faculty Fellow...

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    Getting Started with Course Redesign
    Online
    Teresa Ryerse Overton, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Northern Virginia Community College

    This session covered how to get your Course Redesign off the ground. Learn how to identify the problem (needs analysis), choose the best technology & materials for you, and build an assessment plan for evaluation of the redesign. This...

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    Changing the Culture in Course Redesign: Overcoming Objections with Faculty and Students
    Online
    Kate Demarest, Professor of Accounting, Carroll Community College

    This session covered how to get everyone–and keep everyone–on the same page during a course redesign, as well as discuss how to connect and engage with students. This session will help you answer questions 6 through 8 in the...

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    Speaking About Course Redesign in Math, Science, Quantitative Business
    Online
    Teresa Ryerse Overton, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Northern Virginia Community College, VA

    This session covers how to get your Course Redesign off the ground. Learn how to identify the problem (needs analysis), choose the best technology & materials for you, and build an assessment plan for evaluation of the redesign.

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    Designing Your Open Digital Badge Ecosystem

    According to the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, higher education providers are producing more graduates than ever before, yet fewer than half of new graduates or employers believe that they are adequately prepared for entry-level positions. Additionally, employers are looking...

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    The Time Is Now: Success Strategies for Latino Students

    The number of Latino college students has been on a steady climb since the mid-2000s with enrollments spiking by nearly 25% between 2009 and 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This growing population faces a unique set of educational...

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    Joining Forces to Transform Developmental Education – Tennessee’s Story

    During this interactive webinar, key leaders representing Tennessee’s high schools, community colleges, and public higher education system share their experiences around transforming developmental education.  Watch, and you’ll discover how Chattanooga State Community College, Cleveland State Community College, and Meigs...

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    Open Badges Connect College and Careers
    Peter Janzow, Senior Director and Open Badges Lead, Acclaim

    According to Gallup Education, 87 percent of Americans support receiving credit for skills learned outside of the classroom and 75 percent support being evaluated and receiving credit for knowledge and skills they already possess. At the same time, learning...

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    Jobipedia.org — Connecting Students & Graduates to Hiring Experts at Large Employers
    Mike McGuiness, Jobipedia.org, HR Policy Association

    In 2013, over 1.7 million students will graduate and begin the daunting process of looking for a job. During this engaging webinar with Jobipedia.org, you’ll learn about their new tool designed to make the job hunt easier and more effective....

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    CourseConnect: Online Courses with YOUR Needs in Mind

    Whether you are running an entire department, teaching full time, or a first time adjunct instructor, you want your online course experience to be a direct reflection of yourself and your institution. During this event a panel of your...

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    Competencies, Not Credits: Perspectives from Northern Arizona University

    The credit hour is the lingua franca of higher education.  From graduation requirements to financial aid allocation and more, the concept has valuable uses. But is the credit hour the best way to determine student learning? A recent proliferation...

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    LX Design: Using Evidence to Ignite Learner Experience

    Learner experience (LX) design, a key aspect of learning science, is both rooted in and relies upon evidence. In this event a panel of industry experts, including Dr. Chris Hoadley, associate professor in the Educational Communication and Technology Program...

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    Higher Education and Employers — Thrive Together or Perish Apart
    Brandon Busteed, Executive Director of Gallup Education

    A recent survey by the Lumina Foundation and Gallup Education reported 97% of those surveyed feel that post-high school education is important to getting a good job. Despite this, few believe that those who have a post-high school credential are...

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    Theory to Practice: Creating a Measurable Service Learning Program

    Service Learning has long been a source of enhanced student learning and increased community engagement. Join members of the Pearson Service Learning Advisory Board, representing private sector and career colleges from across the country, as they discuss best practices...

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    Online Tutoring — Improve Retention with Early Student Success

    Student retention and success is a key component to the growth of any private sector and career college program. Online tutoring has been proven to help students overcome academic challenges and enhance course persistence. Join Pearson, Smarthinking, and Colorado...

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    College and Career Readiness: Improving Outcomes through Personalization

    In this webinar, key academic leaders from Athens Technical College and Georgia Piedmont Technical College share insights into creating enhanced developmental education programs that serve students in a personalized manner to accelerate remediation. Leveraging a partnership with Pearson, the...

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    Course Design with Accreditation in Mind

    The growing demand for accountability in the higher education industry has created new challenges for institutions. Accrediting agencies are holding schools accountable for the implementation of learning outcomes that are evidence-based while the Federal Government adds to the pressure...

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    Adaptive Learning: Exploring Implementation Best Practices
    Jessica Nepom, Implementation Manager, Platform Programs, Knewton

    The positive impact adaptive learning has on higher education is evident – this technology is helping students better understand what they are learning, while identifying areas in which remediation is needed and providing that guided experience through learning content....

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    Beyond a Single Course: Launching Complete Programs Online

    Join Randy Bullis, J.D., Director of Online Education at Career Point College and Pearson Learning Solutions for a discussion around the growth and development of complete online programs. Hear first-hand how Bullis established results-driven courses in Career Point College’s...

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    Externship Best Practices: How to Improve Employment Outcomes

    Pearson invites you to join Dr. Connie Johnson, Chief Academic Officer at Colorado Technical University and Ann Cross of the Sparrow Group for an interactive and engaging webinar on how to standardize and implement institutional best practices for Externship...

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    Adaptive Learning: The Future of Education, Right Now
    Jessica Nepom, Implementation Manager, Platform Programs, Knewton

    Adaptive learning technologies offer a scalable solution that addresses remediation, increased student retention, and scheduling constraints by analyzing information about the performance and abilities of each student. Using this information, schools can develop personalized learning paths, recommend next steps...

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    The Dream Online Course — When Brains and Beauty Collide

    As an educator, you are well aware of the growing demand for accountability and improved academic performance and that now, more than ever, efficient and high-quality instructional design is a priority. But so is student engagement. Imagine if you...

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    Getting Through the Gate and Beyond: Accelerated Learning in the Developmental English Classroom
    Online
    Michelle Zollars, Accelerated Learning Program Coordinator, Patrick Henry Community College

    In this session, the presenter will discuss the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) at Patrick Henry Community College. PHCC began ALP in 2009, and it is now part of a state-mandated developmental English redesign. ALP, modeled after the national program...

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    Ecocomp 101: Place and Animality as Contexts for Writing
    Online
    Scott Slovic, Professor of Literature and Environment, University of Idaho

    Ecocomposition takes as its most fundamental premise the idea that learning to write well and becoming an engaged, environmentally conscious citizen go hand in hand. “Place” (or physical context) and “animality” (our bodies and our relationships with other species)...

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    A is for Asking Questions: Embracing Meaning, Contraries, and Reflective Relationships in Our Classes
    Online
    M. Neil Browne, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Economics and Law and Senior Scholar, Bowling Green State University

    Facts and expertise are often false friends; they promise much more than they can deliver. Yet typical college pedagogy treats answers as treasures to be collected and organized. What is the implication of seeing answers as disguised aggregations of...

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    Analyzing Visual Rhetoric: An Interactive Workshop
    Online
    Jack Selzer, Director, Paterno Fellows Program at Penn State

    How can we help our students to better understand the visual arguments that surround us all every day? How can students become more aware and critical consumers of the photographs, web sites, posters, advertisements, and other visual arguments that...

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    Genre as a Means to Creative and Intellectual Empowerment
    Online
    John Goshert, Director of Writing, University of Baltimore

    One of the challenges faced by college writing instructors is how to make the traits and skills we want to teach relevant to students. In this presentation we will reflect on how to use the methods of research and...

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    Teaching with Visual Media: Introducing Key Concepts, Rejuvenating the Classics, and Making New Works Accessible
    Online
    David Pike, Professor of Literature and Film, American University

    Movies and other digital media are increasingly present in classroom teaching as well as in our students’ lives. But how can we incorporate digital media into the classroom as more than just window dressing or substitutes for reading? In...

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    What Can Self-Regulation Research Tell Us about the Writing Process?
    Online
    Susan Day, University of Houston

    Is self-regulation like a muscle (the more it’s used, the stronger it becomes), or is it like a tank of gas (the more it’s used, the lower it gets)? Is it more cognitive (control over thoughts), behavioral (control over...

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    Empowering Developmental Students with Active Learning Strategies
    Online
    Dr. Sharon A. Williams, St. Petersburg College

    This presentation will demonstrate multiple strategies for engaging and empowering developmental students to participate actively in the learning process. Want to use “immediate” strategies to engage students in reading critically within your discipline? This session will engage faculty members...

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    Thinking through the Reading-Writing Connection
    Online
    D. J. Henry, Author

    “Thinking through the Reading-Writing Connection” by D. J. Henry explores a balanced approach to the teaching of literacy by integrating the best practices of reading and writing instruction. The presentation offers camera-ready hands-on classroom activities that prompt and nurture...

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    Why Does Teamwork in the Classroom Have to be Taboo?
    Online
    Dawn Bailey-Cable, Program Chair of Developmental English Program, Eastern Gateway Community College

    Why do we teach the importance of teamwork, sharing, and cooperation and then not practice the same principles in the classroom? If our classrooms maintain the notion of “do your own work,” how do we expect people to graduate...

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    Learning the Codes: Civility in the Classroom
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    Linda Copeland, St. Louis Community College—Meramec

    Students often begin their college experiences immensely proud of the accomplishment of graduating from high school and entering college. They see college as their transition to adulthood. Unfortunately, they sometimes bring with them immature attitudes and inappropriate behaviors, which...

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    Accelerating College Readiness with MyFoundationsLab
    Ann Voorheis, Dean of Developmental and General Education, Baker College Online

    Ann Voorheis, Dean of Developmental and General Education Baker College Online, will share her experience with the challenges Baker College Online was facing in college readiness, what prompted them to address the situation, how they are partnering with Pearson...

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    Workforce Education with Pearson
    Tom Darling, National Director of Workforce Education, Pearson

    This event will begin with a presentation covering the national workforce education environment, including legislative and educational developments, followed by a more in-depth view of workforce education in New York, integrating labor market data from our partnership with Monster.com....

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    Addressing the College Readiness Crisis: Innovative Strategies for Developmental Education

    In this webinar, key academic leaders from Cleveland State Community College and West Virginia University at Parkersburg share their experiences in thinking outside of the box to create enhanced developmental education programs that serve students in a personalized manner...

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    Marketing Short Courses: How to Build a Short Course Business
    Tom Darling, National Director of Workforce Education, Pearson

    How is marketing different for short courses than it is for degree programs? How can the two be complementary to one another? This webinar will explore key strategies for marketing short courses and capitalizing on marketing dollars already spent...

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    The Logistics of Implementation — Scheduling Online Workforce Courses
    Tom Darling, National Director of Workforce Education, Pearson

    What are recommended strategies for scheduling online short courses? What are recommended approaches to offering short courses in a blended format? How do I find and hire instructors? This webinar will provide best practices and recommendations for scheduling online...

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    Improving and Personalizing Online Courseware

    As an educator, you know that course design can be difficult and time-consuming. Growing demand for accountability and improved academic performance means that now, more than ever, efficient and high-quality instructional design is a priority. Wouldn’t you like to...

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    Target Marketing on a Tight Budget
    Tom Darling, National Director of Workforce Education, Pearson Education

    College Administration is placing increasing emphasis and pressure on workforce development professionals to generate more enrollments, generate greater profit, and do so on an increasingly smaller budget. This webinar will provide best practices for making the most out of...

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    A+ Exam: Examining New Testing Strategies and Preparatory Solutions

    Join the Pearson IT Certification team for an informative look at the changes in the new CompTIA A+ Exam! The new CompTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802 now includes performance-based questions which will require exam candidates to perform a task...

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